Dr Susan Bodgener (Partner)

BSc(Hons), MBBS (London 1992), MSc, FRCGP

Dr Bodgener studied medicine at the Royal London Hospital and after completing GP training joined the practice in 1997. As well as the clinical lead responsible for practice administration, medicines management and QOF, Dr Bodgener has a special interest in the training of GPs. She is a GP educational supervisor, the Associate Dean for Assessment for the Kent, Sussex and Surrey Deanery, leads nationally on Workplace Based Assessments for the RCGP and is a MRCGP examiner. She achieved her Masters degree with distinction in Medical Education in 2008.

Dr Debra Harper (Partner)


Dr Harper studied medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London and joined Wonersh Surgery in 2002, becoming a partner in 2005. She has interests in ophthalmology, women’s health (including coil fitting) and GP education. As a GP trainer she undertook a PGCE in Medical Education before becoming Training Programme Director for the Guildford GP training scheme. Dr Harper is also a GP Appraiser (for NHSE & NHSI), Clinical Lead for complaints & significant events, and looks after St Martha’s Court.

Dr Richard Mithen (Partner)


Dr Mithen has been a partner at Wonersh since 2013. He is also the Clinical Director of the East Waverley PCN, coordinating local services for all East Waverley patients. Dr. Mithen strives to ensure local and regional systems are in place to deliver the highest possible care for patients.

Dr Timo Rinttila (Partner)

MBBS (London 2004) MRCGP

I was born in Finland and moved to the UK in 1998 to study medicine at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine. After various jobs, including a year in Finland for National Service, I moved to Guildford in 2009 to pursue my specialist training in General Practice. I have a special interest in Minor Surgery and IT. I also look after patients in a local nursing home.

Dr Sophie Norris (Partner)


Dr Norris qualified from the Royal Free School of Medicine in 2002 and completed her general practice vocational training in Croydon. She was a GP in South Croydon for seven years before moving to Wonersh Surgery, where she has been a salaried GP since 2015. Dr Norris is the practice Clinical Lead GP for Mental Health, Dementia, Learning Disability and Diabetes. When she is not at Wonersh Surgery she is working in a Mental Health and Dementia Clinical Lead role for Surrey Heartlands CCG.

Dr Sian L Jones (Salaried GP)

MBBS (London (1985) DCH, DRCOG

Born and brought up in West Wales, Dr Jones qualified from The Royal Free School of Medicine in 1985.Her post registration experience has been varied including working in a rural surgery in Glastonbury, as a GP in Australia and a community paediatrician in Bristol and Guildford. Her particular interests are in children’s and women’s’ health.

In recent years she has had an interest in the overall delivery of NHS Care, improving health outcomes for patients and making a difference to local health services. In 2014 Dr Jones joined the CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) as a GP Board member and clinical lead for cancer and End of Life Care. On 1 April 2018 Dr Jones was elected new Clinical Chair for Guildford and Waverley CCG. Surrey Heartlands CCG started April 2020, and Dr Jones was elected as a Governing Body GP Member. She also continues as local clinical lead in Guildford & Waverley ICP ( integrated care partnership), continuing as lead for cancer & End of Life care, working collaboratively with all partners across Health & Social Care.

Dr Charlotte Hatrick (Salaried GP)


“Amazingly, I have worked at Wonersh on a part- time basis since 1996!. It still gives me enormous pleasure to be working in the same practice as my late father-in-law, so that the Hatrick name lives on. I trained at Worcester College, Oxford for my pre-clinical years and then at St Thomas’s Hospital, London before heading straight out into general practice training in Southampton. I’ve worked in Family planning in the past but now find myself very much a generalist, placing huge importance on a holistic approach and the value of listening. This does unfortunately tend to make me run late towards then end of surgery, for which I apologise.

I have 3 children all at different schools locally, so much of my time away from the surgery is spent ferrying kids, watching matches, walking the dog or feeding the pony as well as supporting my husband who is a consultant Radiologist at Frimley Park Hospital.”

Dr Angela Osborn (Salaried GP)


Dr Hannah Copeland (Salaried GP)


Trainee GP’s / Registrars

Dr Rebecca Jackson

Dr Arjun Odedra

Dr Ujjwal Agarwal

Dr Stephanie Hall

Dr Sarah Piggott

Paramedic Practitioner

Martin Pullin